Published March 2014 by Limitless Ink Press|179 pages
Where I Got It: Nook store
Series: Brightest Kind Of Darkness #4
Genre: YA Paranormal
Now that Nara and Ethan are working together to uncover the Corvus’ secrets, they’re confident nothing can stop them.
But while they’ve learned to anticipate dark outside forces gunning for them, neither is prepared for the insidious evil that slithers its way into their lives, nor the new challenges that surface so close to home.
Despite all the chaos and turmoil around them, the one constant they can depend on is their devotion and loyalty to each other. But as their relationship moves into deeper territory, sometimes the toughest battles are the ones waged within.
While the hunt for answers unravels more layers in the Corvus world, they also uncover new truths about themselves and their intricate connection to the powerful raven spirit.
When boundaries are suddenly redrawn and control shifts, Ethan and Nara will be forced to make choices that could bring them closer together or rip them apart forever.
What I Thought:
I’ve been intrigued with this series ever since I read the first book, and I’ve always love how unique the series is in comparison to most of the other paranormal books I’ve read. I didn’t enjoy it as much as I enjoyed the other books, but I still liked it.
I think part of why I didn’t like it as much as I was expected is the fact that it’s been a while since I’ve read the other books, so the series wasn’t as fresh in my mind.
I really like the relationship between Nara and Ethan, and they’ve been through a lot together. It’s really changed and grown throughout the series, and I’m looking forward to seeing how their relationship grows/changes in the next book. I did like seeing Ethan and his perspective, especially with all of the Master Corvus stuff going on. Especially with how he came to accept it but the Corvus inside of him wasn’t accepting it.
And the ending! I did not see that coming, and I can’t wait to see how that gets resolved. I’m hoping it gets resolved in a good way, because I want it to turn out well. I really do. I also wish it were a little longer, because it seemed really short, and a bit like filler until we get to the next book (which I think is the last book, but I could be mistaken).
I just don’t have a lot of thoughts on Desire. I’m not sure if it’s because I’m in need of a refresher on the entire series, or if I’m feeling a little blah about the series because I’m feeling a little burnt out on the series. Or even if maybe I’m just anxious and looking forward to seeing how everything ends.
Let’s Rate It:
I don’t have a lot of thoughts on Desire, and I just couldn’t get into it like I did with the previous books. It’s still a fantastic world, and one of the more unique paranormal books out there. Desire gets 3 stars.